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hole to open up. and the snow, from oregon to lake tahoe, the northwest is covered in white. this reporter showed us just how bad the roads were. >> here is what we are dealing with. really wet snow and making the kids late for school and making it tough for people to get the holiday shopping done on time. >> reporter: that storm tonight is on the move. blizzard warnings in eastern kansas and a snake of watches and warns from denver to eastern michigan. the result, up to a foot of snow and wind from the rockies to eastern iowa. starting tomorrow and make it to wisconsin by friday. >> okay, ginger is here now. take us through, what travellers should watch for. >> tonight, it's denver. tonight and early tomorrow, and northeast colorado. then we go for the wednesday nebraska and north carolina area. and even northern illinois, just touching of the suburbs of chicago, thursday and friday. you have severe storms and everybody is asking, does it get to the east coast? do we get a white christmas? looks like rain. >> we need a lot of high school day spirit in the errants and on the
outside portland, oregon. police say this is the person who opened fire on holiday shoppers at a mall, firing at families in the food court. he killed two people and then himself. tonight, the shooter's family and his girlfriend are speaking out to abc news, and here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: chaos amidst the christmas shopping rush. lines of shoppers, even children, could be seen streaming out with their hands up while a shooter was still inside. a day later, police now say the gunman was 22-year-old jacob tyler roberts, a young man with no history of serious trouble, who they say stole an assault rifle from an acquaintance and set off, alone, on a deadly rampage. >> we do not understand the motive of this attack except to say that there's no apparent relationship between the suspect and his victims. >> reporter: hanna sansburn doesn't understand either. >> the person i knew would have never, ever done anything like this. not in a million years. >> reporter: in an interview with abc news, the shooter's ex-girlfriend told us she has no idea what could have triggered the sud
, oregon. those eyewitnesses describing a man with a white mask, body armor, semiautomatic rifle. the gunshots ringing out, one after the other as families were trapped near familiar places. names like macy's and olive garden. it is still a developing story. the news is still coming in. and for the latest on who was shooting and how many were killed, abc's david wright has these breaking details right now. david? >> reporter: good evening, diane. this is, as you say, a developing story, but here's what we know so far. at least one person killed, possibly more. others injured, in a mall shooting, a shooting that apparently broke out near the food court of the clackamas town center. police say the gunman has been neutralized. unclear if that means he's in custody or dead. just before 3:30 this afternoon when shoppers heard shots run out and people started running. >> i got there two minutes early. i walked through the food court. went downstairs for my kiosk, which is right below the food court. when i got there, i was talking to my employee. we heard a bang. we covered our ears an
in oregon, and shutting down rail service in parts of washington state after 11 landslides in three days. the weather this weekend is a whole lot quieter, so good news, aside from the storm in the west. next question, who gets a white christmas? look at this map. the rockies, the plains, where we had the blizzard, plenty of cold to keep the snow there and northeast and new england could see a little fresh white, at least in some parts. cynthia? >> thank you, ginger. >>> we move on to a somber anniversary. at 9:30 this morning, the nation observed a moment of silence to mark one week since the tragedy in newtown, connecticut. church bells rang out, one for each victim and two more for the shooter and his mother. >>> in washington, the president marked the moment, bowing his head in the oval office. within hours, another kind of silence was broken with the powerful national rifle association's defiant new message. here's abc's senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas. >> the nra has blood on its hands! shame on the nra! >> reporter: the nra leader had barely begun when protesters blamed
of nowhere, they got a call this weekend that kane was found walking along a road in oregon, more than 1,000 miles from his home. he was identified by a microchip that had been implanted and set back home. >>> and finally, our number, as we track santa's your gee across the planet tonight. the number is 1.7 billion. that's how many presents are loaded onto santa's sleigh. the team at norad has been tracking santa since his sleigh took off from the north pole earlier today. they are using radar, satellites, fighter jets, even santa cams. google is tracking santa, as well, this year. they say santa generally arrives in most countries between 9:00 p.m. and midnight, but the kids have to be asleep or he will leave and come back later. we're always looking for cool stuff with the index. if you see something you like, hit me on twitter, @danbharris. >>> coming up next, the post office collecting letters to santa from little kids. what they are hearing this year that truly surprised them. let's give thanks - for an idea. a grand idea called america. the idea that if you work hard, if you have a
. a horrible crash of a tour bus in oregon that killed nine people. we learned today that state officials had issued a warning about that winding downhill stretch of interstate 84. survivors say the bus swerved and tumbled down the hill. >>> we turn now to the outrage we reported on last week here on "world news." the american parenting waiting for their adopted children to arrive when the russian president suddenly stepped in, halting everything. tonight, some of his own people now taking sides, supporting the american mom and dad and the little russian daughter they thought was on her way. abc's kirit radia in moscow again tonight. >> reporter: kendra skaggs and her husband were just weeks away from bringing home their adopted daughter, polina, a 5-year-old russian orphan, paralyzed by spina bifida. they visited polina at her orphanage outside moscow, but now wonder if they'll ever see her again. russia banned adoptions to the united states last week in retaliation for a set of human rights sanctions -- citing cases of 19 russian children abused by american parents. for kendra, it's been em
in colorado next month, and experts say three states, oregon, california and massachusetts, are also watching closely. just to give you a sense of what the stores might look like, this is a medical maifrn dispenry. soon, you may see marijuana with prices and labels just like, this in totally legal stores, at strip malls. diane? >> thank you, name. >>> and now, we head to washington and a big shock today about one of the most powerful forces in the tea party. republican senator jim demint of south carolina, the unwaivering godfather of the movement, announced he is leaving the government. he says he thinks he can be effective at head of the conservative research group, the heritage foundation. and, as one powerful senator exits the stage, another sounds an alarm tonight about the waste of taxpayer dollars. republican senator tom coburn triggers of washington watchdog report and abc's jonathan karl . >> reporter: the zombie apocalypse. this isn't some really bad b-movie. it's an actual scene from the 2012 counterterrorism summit attended by law enforcement officials around the country. summit t
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